June TBR

Hi! June starts tomorrow, marking the start of my Pride month reading challenge, #PRIDEMONTHBOOKS, and while I did put my TBR in the original post, here’s an updated, slightly more realistic one. Missed what this all is about? You can read everything here!pride 049

Let’s get into it! 

The Rest of Us Just Lives Here by Patrick Ness

The Melody of You and Me by M. Hollis

Labyrinth Lost by Zoradia Córdova

History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

Noteworthy by Riley Redgate. Important! This book has been called out as harmful towards trans/non-binary/gender fluid/genderqueer readers, please take that into consideration before deciding whether to read this book, and if you (like I) will read it, make sure you’re aware of it’s problems.

Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin

About a Girl by Joanne Horniman

Realistic. Yeah right. These aren’t even all that I’ve acquired for this month that I wish I could read. More than 8 (only 7 now that I removed one that I found out wasn’t LGBTQ+) seems impossible though, especially with school and work and you know, my pathetic excuse for a social life. Anyway.

What are you most excited to read in June? Spot any favorites here? Don’t forget to share your LGBTQ+ reads and favorites in the hashtag #PrideMonthBooks on any social media so we can discuss and discover new books!

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7 thoughts on “June TBR

  1. Hey. I just wanted to say that Noteworthy is also harmful to genderqueer people. And the “inexplicable logic of my life” was called out for being problematic too (homophobia, and something else that slipped my mind right now. sorry) and the author of labyrinth lost is really problematic. She defends a trans- and biphobic author and doesn’t sees that as hurtful. Sorry I’m telling you this but I thought you should be prepared.

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  2. Great list! I’ve got a couple of these on my TBR as well but I have read Labyrinth Lost and thought it was a lot of fun plus it’s a diverse read too!
    Hope you enjoy these! 😁

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